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Bar Harbor (Newspaper) - April 22, 1903, Bar Harbor, Maine Deora use Fox building. Insurance broker the leading county paper and the Only society to Virnal on count desert Island. Degrasse Fox real estate. Cottages for rent vol. 17, no. �o3. Bab Habboba. Maine wednesday evening april 22� 1903. Five cent j. A. Bodziok. Pm Dent. Thomas , Ombler. A thus r. A Bemah vice president the first National Bank bar Harbor me. Fully equipped for Vav set kind of Lugi Timath banking. Capital surplus and profits �50,000.00 $10,000.00 orc Ctorn. J. A. Bolok. A 8. Newman. Henry a Law lord cabs. Wood. Geo. H. Grant. Correspond emos invited. I r several Nice cottages for rent at Hancock Point. Also a few very desirable Shore lots for Sale. I ease address the Geo. H. Grant co., general insurance agents Lon if distance phone. Bar Harbor or Geo. H. Grant co. General insurance real estate investments Ellsworth bar Harbor me Long distance Telephone. Sewis 4 Carter at first Nafi Bali brokers for or , pianola and aeolian for Sal and to rent n a Wiki was and oter first Tolaas pianos to Lent at reasonable Pica so. St Ert sons company the most reliable piano an it music House in the world. 44 Cotta re Street bar Harbor Maine with mesh re. F. P. Pray a co. In schooldays. Quot still sits the schoolhouse by the Road a ragged Leerar sunning around 4t still the Sumach grow. And Blackberry vines Are running. Within the master s desk is seen deep scarred by . The warping floor the battered seats uni Quot Junt Pius co. Aoatoa mme. Attr sir a i am Atin or the in dds Raul of Merlou Ptim. M i a by or inv inca of their nor Lorty Lull x had Tho Opportunity of alas your up Nam piano. In thu Tea Nuoi Jroud Eva Ama Amad in Oca Len ii a Nob Ana a Kaaawa Tara Alt a 4aila�a a in pm Donalto Ataloa to qua Lulaa a Holcli Ara Tica it locally Rara u Pitt Lypa of Idani Aamot 1 Row of your Areca a la a Ccarl us in thic and my you to acct Tom a Surroca of m Max a Ithaca. Votti livery boarding Andale stable first Glass rigs of every kind by the hour Day week or season. Prompt services Good horses. Trim veh elea intelligent Drivers. Terms e. Foster proper. West Street bar . H. Kittredge Tkai in ii meats groceries and provisions. At wholesale and retail. In order to meet the requirements of the times and to accommodate my numerous patrons 1 have recently remodeler a part of my store thereby making a commodious and modern meat Market it will be fully equipped and in charge of a Man acquainted with the business. The Market will be run in connection a with my grocery business which will be of advantage to my patrons.21 it. Desert st., bar Harbor me. The Jack knife s carved with what astonishment would the Eves of the poet look upon the modern a cobol House of today which has responded so readily to the voice of Progress. Its picturesqueness Given Over to modern convenience the Stern pedagogue to trim school mistresses. Some Fine morning when business is not pressing and you have a couple of hours to spare take a stroll Down to the school Street school building and pay a visit to one of the grades there. To whichever room your Choice turns you will be cordially welcomed by the teacher and the pupils will do their Best to make your visit an interesting one. The classes will recite in their Best manner and the school will sing some of their prettiest selections. The two Hundred or More Little ones in the building Are separated into five grades each occupying a room and receiving the attention of a teacher. The first Grade which is larger than the others two rooms and has two teachers. The rooms Are Bright and pleasant and it is a pretty sight to see the rows of Heads Bent industriously Over their books. Not that these children Are always that it v Ere so but no each teacher could Tell of Many escapades when the culprit needed the Stern reprimand of the principal miss Goodwin. In the two Quot baby Quot rooms Are miss Harlow and miss Haynes. One having 51, the other 27 pupils. Here the Young ideas Are Quot taught to shoot Quot and Here Quot Young America Quot receives its first impressions and forms its first ideas of outside events the children vary in age from five to nine years. In the second Grade Are 4 pupils in charge of miss Florence Suminsby. Miss Lucy Clinkard has the third of 43 pupils miss Goodwin principal the fourth of 40, and miss Lowell the fifth of 45. From 8.30 a. M., until 3.30 p. A. Five a its of the week the school Street building is a Busy Colony a miniature world by itself. To the Little ones the incidents of school life Are events of Paramount importance and their teachers possess omnipotent Powers. To one who is not a frequent visitor it a revelation to discover what Progress has been made inane different branches what a knowledge of current events is possessed by these statesmen in embryo and upon what a variety of subjects they can Xart is reasonable ideas. There is a Story of the meeting of a Brawny brainless Hercules and an energetic student before the Gateway of Opportunity. Hercules Shook and pounded the ate Iti vain. The lock was invincible but the door swung wide to the other who Oxire the key of preparation l Liese two Hundred Little ones Are beginning Well to forge the key which in later years will unlock for them too the Gate of Opportunity. He Prospect of settling Down there tor life As a lawyer grew More and More distaste tul to no so that he finally gave up the idea altogether ind took to journalism. He married miss Belle Fisher thedaugh ter of or. Rodney Fisher of Philadelphia about five years later. In the meantime he had become editor of the Philadelphia evening bulletin and had published his first two books Quot the poetry and mystery of dreams Quot and Quot mister Karl s when Thackery visited Philadelphia in 1855 he became acquainted with the Leland and said of mrs. Leland that she was the most Beautiful woman he had seen in America. Or. s Choice was a singularly Happy one for in addition to great Beauty his wife had a most Sweet . Soon after their marriage the Leland removed to new York and when the civil War broke out or. Leland As editor of the Quot Knickerbocker Magazine Quot and afterwards of the Quot Continental Quot did Yeoman s service in the cause of abolition but he was not Content to fight for his country with his pen alone and enlisted As a private in an artillery company known As Quot Chapman riddles Quot and went through what he describes As a Quot Short but truly vigorous and eventful Campaign Quot when the War was Over the Leland returned to Philadelphia where or. Leland became editor of the Philadelphia in 1869 he and mrs. Leland went to Europe. After travelling about for a year they settled Down in London where through the trip Beers their intimate ends they were brought at once into the midst of All the Best literary and artistic society of the Day. Tennyson George Eliot Bulwer Lytton with whom he Fra Tern ised greatly on occult subjects lord Houghton Jean Ingelow Hepworth Dixon or. Leland knew them All and recalls Many a pleasant anecdote of them in his he also gives a most amusing account too Long to quote of an interview with Carlyle in which the american got decidedly the better of the scotch Man. Mrs. Leland s death which occurred in the summer of last year was a terrible Shock to her husband. Paralysis attacked him too and under it mind and body gradually gave Way. The last months of his life were cheered by the presence of his brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. John Harrison to nursed him with the most unremitting care and Devotion and we o hoped up to the end that it might be possible to fulfil or. Leland s own Earnest desire and take him Back wit ii them to his native from the italian a to Ltd Florence Italy. Edward b. Mears cottages for rent or for Sale. Office bar Harb ii Maine. Harbor and occupied a goodly number of acres on the upper Bay. Some of the Foremost men of the country have been guests under its hospitable roof. Among the first notable dinners Given at bar Harbor was that Given for president Arthur when on a visit Here by or. Gurnee at Beau desert. Mrs. Gurnee died in 1893. Two sons Walter s. Gurnee jr., and Augustus c. Gurnee and two daughters. Miss Delia e. Gurnee and mrs. Jules Montant survive their parents. Funeral services were held at 626 fifth Avenue on tuesday morning april 21, at id o clock. Interment at sleepy hollow cemetery. Court news. Desertion and non support. Stuart for libel ant. Edith y. Thomas is. Harry Thomas desertion. Hale in Hamlin for libel ant Mary e. Urguhart is. Jesse w. A Rug Hart adultery and desertion. B. A Clark for libel ant. High school at Sawyer s our optical department is up to Date Aud the proper fitting and adjustment of glasses is our specially. We optical graduates at Are on Fine watches French clocks Diamond jewelry. Old jewelry renovated re gilded and made like new. Old Gold taken in Exchange for goods or repairs. Jewelry mfg. To order. Cores jewelry store 98 main st. A Harbor Coal co. A. 8. Newman president. J. A. Rodick treasurer. Of p. A old a manage tif 11 Kinde of hard and soft goal always on hand at lowest Market prices orders delivered promptly. Office und Coal Yard on weat Street. Charles Godfrey Leland. After a Long and useful life mrs. John Harrison s brother eyes in Italy. Contractor and builder shop come st. Bar Harbor. Me George l. Stebbins Ages for rent. Building lots on sea Cliff drive for said of floes a a al Harbor me., and 102 produce Cohan to n. Y. Another literary Star of the nineteenth Century has set Charles Godfrey Leland the Well known american author who attained a world wide celebrity with the publication of the famous Quot brei Man ballads died a few Days ago in Flora acc where he and his wife who died last summer had made their Home for some years. Or. Leland s death will be deeply re arct cd not Only in America Dut also in Kajj Lance where he lived a Good Deal at one time where he had Many friends. Or. Leland who was descended from a Good old Yorkshire family a fact of which he was very proud had Strong sympathies and Quot Breitman s last Ballad Quot published Only a Lew months ago in Quot flax us Quot is a spirited vindication of England against her foreign detractors during the Boer War or. Leland was a writer of great Cigar in and Versai ity. He had a most comprehensive mind and an extraordinary i Ower of acquiring and retaining information on All sorts and kinds of subjects. He was an authority on archaeology folklore witchcraft and All the branches of occult science. Charles Godfrey Leland who was one of a Large family was born in Philadelphia on the 15th of August 1s24. His father was descended from Henry Leland a noted Puritan who emigrated to America in 1636, while his Mother was a miss Godfrey and came from a new England family which had a dash of French Huguenot blood in it. All through his childhood Young Leland had weak health and was subject to constant attacks of illness. His education was in consequence soon a fit desultory and like Many Clever Childrs lie hated school work but was passionately fond of Reading and revelled in acquiring knowledge for himself. He was graduated from Princeton in 1845 and spent the next three years in delightful european travel. Philadelphia seemed very tame to Leland after the exciting three years spent in Europe and Walter s. Gurnee. I Ain does bar Harbor suffer the loss of one of its most prominent summer residents Walters Sirnec who Dit a at his Home in new York last Friday in the list year of his age. Or. Quot urn a was born at have a Straw n. N on March i1s13. His , Halstead Gurne iwas a a prominent merchant of that . Or. Gurnee s parents died before he was tin years old and he then became a member of his Uncle s family Atit Romulus to whirl place in 1s39 he returned to marry miss Mary m. Coe daughter of Colone Matthew d. Coe a Veteran of taif War of 1s12. 1 be went to Detroit in 1s35 and in Why it to Chicago which at that time had a population of 1,200. 11 is an interesting fact that from Haver Straw came or. s Cousin the bite Abram s. Hewitt. The two maintained an unbroken i and Fidalei iii ties Throux Eliout their lives. In Chicago he became a Wiirres Sll merchant in the hardware Anil ical Liei and also in banking enterprises. He invested largely in real estate destined to become the heart of the present Chicano and was a moving influence in the Best purposes of politics. Public spirited he was an Active Force in every movement for the development of Chicago in the future of which City he had supreme Confidence. Twice in 1s51 and 1s52, he was elected mayor of that City lie became a close personal Friend of Stephen a. Douglas and shared the political views of that Leader but with the opening of tie Rebe Liim of 1861 he became Republican in his principles and for the remainder of his life was an Earnest supporter of that party although a keen and outspoken critic of it. Be of the first to perceive the possibilities of transportation facilities he with Alexander Mitchell and several others risked their capital and built the original line of the Chicago Milwaukee and st. Paul Railroad connecting Milwaukee with Chicago. For Natany years he continued a director. He was also later a director in the Chicago and Northwestern railway. His financial interests in the East grew so Large that it became necessary for him in i86j to make his Home Here and Here for forty years he had been identified with Many Railroad and Industrial corporations he was one of the oldest members of the Union club and was also a member of the Union league metropolitan and other clubs. Beau desert the bar Harbor Home of the gurneys for about a Quarter of a Century was one of the fist handsome estates to be Laid out at bar the Case of Albree is. Benson was the first Case to be heard in the supreme judicial court held at Ellsworth last week. The plaintiff Charles i. Albee of Boston mass., brought suit in the sum of zoom against e. N. Benson of bar Harbor and William h. Parker of Winter Harbor for alleged violation of a contract by which defendants agreed to Purchase the plaintiff s Stock in the Winter Harbor and bar Harbor Steamboat co., under certain . The Case took All Day thursday and went to the jury at 2.45 p. Friday. After being out three hours a verdict for 250 was returned for the plaintiff. Gillin and Fellows for plaintiff Deasy for defendants. Immediately after the Albee is. Benson Case went to the jury the second traverse jury was called and the Case of r. J. Leach is. Robert Gerry was heard. This is a suit of Replevin brought by r. J. Leach of Ellsworth for a horse and two sets of sleds. The Case went to the jury at 5.15 and after being out about an hour a verdict for the plaintiff was returned. J. A. Peters. Or. For plaintiff h. Hall or. For defendant. The Case of Crabtree is the town of Hancock assigned for trial Friday was settled out of court. The suit was brought by John and Ivory Crabtree against tie town for land damages to the amount of $1,600 and grew out of the building of the new Shore driveway during last year. On tuesday the Only Case before court was that of Mary Conant is. The inhabitants of the town of Huck sport for injuries received on the Highway Iliin of Langor. Smith of Huck sport for Fellows and Cunningham of bui is Peri for the town. The Case was not finished when the court Adjo Uriu d until Wedin Day. This week promises to be an iii Ere it ing one. L Liere Are of iii Jour to be taken care of and All the har l or lick for dealers were sent for . F other indictments two were Ai Hist William Merrill of Huck sport for and entering one against a or. Darling for larceny at Asa Hodgki Quot store bar Harbor to j against Decker of Corea Lor Larce of for gambling and Luisa due at har . Maud Hall of Huck sport. Who his been Confin etl in county since last , charged with setting an Nie to a building on water Surret is charged owing to k of cock ii in e on which to indict her. The Penobscot cult a i come up. This it will be remembered is the Case in which a Rindle assaulted and nearly killed mrs. a october at her Home in i . I. 15. Deasy of har Harbor and t. A Fellows of Huck sport Hae been by court As counsel tor Rindle. A Rindle has been in Augusta since it Tober under the of the authorities of the insane Asylum and will be brought to l Lis Worth for the trial. Mrs. never recovered irom the injuries Mil is a great sufferer. The Folio Wing Divok is Weie Ilei Reed Rufus Trundy a. Aiumu adultery. Fuller for libel ant. Susan Meader . , the following commencement parti. Have been assigned to the members of the senior class Salut Atory Inez Suminsby valedictory Beulah Whitmore history Georgia Hodgkins prophecy Cora address to under graduates Marion Rich presentation of gifts Clarice Getch Ell. Or. Bulger has kit school and is working for w. E. Clark amp Washington a. And bar Harbor. Miss Helen Adair a former student of the b. H. H. S has obtained a position a teacher in Mariaville. Miss Julia Worcester has been absent for a week on account of illness. The juniors have begun the study of Silas Marner by Eorge Eliot. Many questions upon the work have been prepared and the study promises to be interesting. Essays essays seniors what about your essays. Or. Tonias seems to think that there is Chance for much extra Wott to be done Here. The sophomores have just translated a a where Caesar destroyed his Bridge across the Rhine. They wish that he had destroyed the Bridge before he built it. The freshmen Are now welcoming a. New scholar or. Harold Higgins Woje will Knish the Spring term with them. He must beware of the Quot Mystic a word to the Wise is sufficient. Miss Evelyn Carver a member of Hist. Junior class has gone to Sciott s is lard for. The purpose of leaching. She will by missed very much especially in the class All wish her Success in her new work. A new Rule has been made in regard to spelling which gives a Chance to Quot Natura spellers Quot and those who Stinky. For the present those w to no words Foiw -. It weeks Are excuse it for two weeks. Ill he scholars will be sorry to that tin Fiorit in the science Rorr Brt ii Semi de Mil a new one Susti till gtd. Tile Middle leg of tiie old one gone and it in excellent Sjma be . Or. Ike Leld is 111 the a i of using t us id in Ike Llie minute. To Moi r Quickl in tie, i he i iii Sli i til Mil Connen u to ii Ite ind is very Well the time split on it most of the in Ineis ire live Inion i 1 in .11. Other term s Voi k t lies w i 11 Iro Babu t i a Ible t l Wiliie a Liui lured Pelt Nii iii u e m. C. S. Notes. In his Sili i team n Indi was to Here i Rula Allie noon was Miuwa Dundi Mudi to the Dis aii it limn Keiit of Ili Pai ties Lon Reinec the Semi iary Hoys Long Ai Oppio iii iii to in it , and Ivan t Ige Takt a of t he t this to i olm. In a .1 life .1 previous. L resin legit Hender Wil att ii 1 the a Inlet i 111 e to t n he in. L Reid my id Ler Dow of the , District and Kra. W. i of w Quier port Spelli .1 couple at tie sem Mai Liis week in ordet t it report the Condil iut of to the 1 Hiilei Einice .1 new Pori. Be i i ters Loi Ril in Ime in h a thine stud i iii lips is Simiti cute acct a of the of trus 11.is been called Fot l for the fun sri iii in Wil. Be m ule at thi Litso the Are Ven isi in to iii w i v lot Eil 1 Idil to m Huck sport iii Ilii a , the mount desert nurseries we. I in Leif Kyn re get. Canada hard Wood ashes and Swift Lowell ground Bone for lawns and crass lands. Wood ashes of Good Lually contain the greater part of the essential elements of Plant food in their beat form and in Large Quantity besides ine Reamslof markedly the moisture lol Dlug capacity of soils. Valuable when used alone they form with Bone meal a Complete and excellent manure for lawns and grass lands which besides the Rich growth it gives has the great advantages of being wholly free from Weed seeds easily applied and free from of Tensive cd Quot. Our Wood ashes Are unleashed screen i the beat to be obtained. Or Kab Union Alithe office and greenhouses Aie upon Scho Onti hemp Road and have Telephone connections

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